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FOX News
Apr 11, 2010 7:00pm EDT
, restore one of america's great landmarks. the gateway or-- it was the gateway for countlet immigrants welcomed to the united states. it needs saving of its own, it's drying up and they need some dough. they need half a million dollars in a few weeks or the project will be history, too. laura ingle gets a look where the public rarely gets to seement. and she's in jersey city, new jersey. they've got to come up with it at the end of the month, right. >> that's right, you know, juliet. many people say ellis island has a greater story to tell if it could have a chance to show off what's happening on the south side of the island. millions of americans come here each and every year aboard a ferry. when they pull into the ferry basin, they get off and go to the right, to that building that you see behind me with those four gorgeous towers. but, what's happening to the left, there's a lot going on and it's not what a lot of people have a chance to see. the buildings and brick hallways that connect them on the 27 1/2 acre highland and have been vacant and unused for nearly half a century. save
FOX News
Apr 24, 2010 7:00pm EDT
. thank yoyou. >>> fox news is america's election quarterbac headquarter. one of the most vulnerable senators up for re-election is arkansas senator blanche lincoln fac face faces challen from halter and also morrison. last night, the three squared off in a televised debate at the university of arkansas. our own james rosen has the story from little rock. hey, james! >> reporter: no knock-out punches scored or even attempted between n the debate. they kept the discourse civil and substantive. halter said it was unseemly for blanche lincoln to accept campaign contribution from goldman sachs while serving as oversight role of derivative industry. and lincoln suggested that halter former security chief under president clinton might seek to privatize social security. at the end of the debate, the candidates spoke with the greatest emotion about the harsh tone of the campaign thus far and many negative tv ads they runned and something they both say they lamented. >> put a craft line at the bottom that is a crafty name they made up by they won't tell you who they are in terms of trying to
FOX News
Apr 4, 2010 3:00am EDT
now from washington. caroline? >> harris, the big question every pollster in america wants to know from voters, what is it that you want? we should finally get some answers six weeks from now on what some are calling defacto super tuesday, may 18th when three potentially bellwether states go to the polls, arkansas, kentucky, and pennsylvania. in fact, 8 different states will vote next month. these are primary races. democrats against democrats and republicans against republicans. so we won't know which party has the upper hand. but it will demonstrate how the nation feels about establishment candidates versus challengers. incumbents those chosen by the party have the money name recognition to stomp the challengers. this is pretty angry electorate. we asked two strategists what if the candidates get defeated. >> the message incumbents take we are in this for ourselves. we got to do what we can to save ourself. >> i think if they lose then the reaction to scott brown will be multiplied by 10, which is incumbent, watch your back. both parties. democrats, in particular. >> one thing to
FOX News
Apr 4, 2010 7:00pm EDT
's not a lot of building codes down there, similar to other parts of latin america when you have a major earthquake. right now, i know that our assets in los angeles and southern california are doing what we can to find out about any major damage there and hopefully no major damage there. >> you talk not a lot of building codes as we've seen in areas around the world, one thing that comes to mind is haiti where they didn't have a lot there either. you can see some damage, but you say this is pretty deep into the earth? >> yeah, you know, we were in haiti for two weeks and i can tell you from firsthand experience there are a lot of similarities with the building colds. the cement is not the same as you find in the united states. the mortar is different, sandy in a lot of these countries, especially in tijuana, built without a lot of rebar and any kind of shaker, for example, los angeles might not do much damage here, could do significant damage there and when you're talking 6.9 that's a large earthquake. we're trying to find out is there massive damage and hopefully the 20 mile depth help
FOX News
Apr 25, 2010 7:00pm EDT
in america and legal opponents plan to challenge the law as an unconstitutional intrusion on federal authority and a violation of civil rights and one lawsuit could be filed by the mayor of phoenix. >> it tramps civil rights, citizen's civil rights, veterans of hispanic origin, those that are here legally. it reverses the presumption on a crime that now everyone has to show and prove that they're a legal resident or citizen and that just goes against both the constitution and the fundamental fairness that the president was referring to. >> i should mention, a recent rasmussen poll shows 70% of likely voters in arizona approve of the law while just 23% are opposed to harris. >> harris: and that's some of the argument for the local lawmaker, look, our constituents want this sort of thing. you know, nicole, i'm wondering, the timetable looks like it's being pushed up here. democratic senators wanting congress it take up immigration reform as soon as possible. are republicans on board with that, too? >> well, republicans are wary to say the least, harris. some have acknowledged securing
FOX News
Apr 18, 2010 7:00pm EDT
of finding employment in the countries. the worst place in the nation to find work is in america's motor city, detroit. for every advertised job there are nearly 15 unemployed people fighting for it. this hasn't changed recently and detroit has long been at the bottom of the list even by recent gains of ford taking on toyota and troubles. joining detroit near the worst of the worst, here are the other four, the bottom five. st. louis, missouri at number 49. miami sunshine, no warmth for job seekers, 48. legislation, a real gamble for the jobless at 47 and riverside, california next. with ten people competing for every help wanted ad. but not all the news is so grim. let's take a look at the top of the list, the top five major cities, the easiest in the nation to get a job. in at number five, hartford, connecticut three people vying for every job ad. number four, believe it or not, was wall street close, the big apple. baltimore, maryland the third best spot and again, no surprise the next one, washington d.c. at number two. uncle sam is a big higher and one person per advertised jobs, pretty
FOX News
Apr 10, 2010 7:00pm EDT
you so much. fox news is america's election headquarters. republicans rallying for a third and final day in the big easy, southern republican leadership conference considered an early indicator for potential presidential candidates. the g.o.p. looking to win back the white house in 2012 party leaders are pushing hard to take back congress in this fall's mid term elections. organizers just announced the results from their big straw poll of potential candidates. and our chief political correspondent carl cameron is live in new orleans. carl, we learned about what 18 minutes or so ago who came out on top? karl there are about 2500 to 300 people here from 14 southern states for the southern republican leadership conference. most of the focus on the mid terms but presidential straw poll is an important thing on the trail. the winner, is none other than mitt romney. he got 439 votes he wasn't even here. he ran in 2008 for republican nomination, the former governor of massachusetts, he did have some supporters who were out here for him they bought an ad in the local -- in the program for th
FOX News
Apr 11, 2010 3:00am EDT
explosion. just two stops as we go across america. new jersey, nothing left but rubble. after a massive gas explosion in clifton, the blast reducing a house to rubble and damaging nearby homes as well. people blocks away saying they could feel the impact. >> actually got thrown off my bed that's how big the explosion was. >> it's just an awful experience. >> no one inside the home at the time, but we're told several neighbors were slightly hurt. investigators saying someone working on the house broke a gas line. >>> washington. rescue teams working to save a seriously injured skier from the slopes. officials saying he got caught in avalanche and slammed in to a tree by the snow. it happened north of snoqualmie pass. a rescue chopper eventually airlifted the injured skier to safety. >>> oregon, sealions learning the hard way, they are not welcome. a hazing program underway in will willamette falls using shotguns and under water explosion sieves to frighten the animals away. apparently they are eating up all the fish. the oregon department of fish and wildlife saying the program will run for
FOX News
Apr 17, 2010 7:00pm EDT
in a convenience store and alligator on the loose in an unlikely place. two stops as we go across america. california, a close call for two people when the small plane loses power and crashes into the ground in an airfield in el cajon. the pilot clipping power lines while trying to land. luckily, both survived the crash and are being treated for minor injuries. the accident is under investigation. idaho, a van smashes in convenience store in businin bo sending two people to the hospital. she thought she was on the brake but it plowed in the building. the driver fiance and another person hospitalized with injuries. north dakota, a while discovery at an fargo apartment complex. imagine running into this guy shrinking around the building. that's right. it's an alligator. two-foot long alligator. the people who first spotted the gator caught him and put him in their bathtub until authorities arrived. >> i imagine someone realized it would grow, get bigger and they wouldn't be able to take care of it and decided to get rid of it before it got to be too big. >> the alligator is at a local zoo u
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